MOT

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by gordoncbrown, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. gordoncbrown

    gordoncbrown Funster

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    Just had the MH in for it's MOT today. Garage tells me it's a disaster. So disappointing. We can't find anything wrong. WooooHooooo. Not bad for an 03 plate. Thanks to the previous owner. He obviously looked after it well. Ok, only 18000 on the clock but still must have been looked after. Looking forward to clocking up some more miles in it.:Smile:::bigsmile::Smile:::bigsmile::Smile:::bigsmile:
     
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  2. ROB1CHELSEA1

    ROB1CHELSEA1 Funster

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    Just got the car (jag) back from garage having spent £300 on solving the abs light staying on and took it for an MOT where it failed on one worn tyre £104 and the hand brake which means £250 for new brake calibre:Doh:not what i needed at the moment:shout:
     
  3. motor roamin

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    Congratulations, Lucky month for me only two MOT's due :ROFLMAO: Decembers the worst five thank gawd there done for a bit.

    All the best Rick
     
  4. lorger

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    Took mine in today for its annual service and mot plus to get timing belt and kit changed only issue is the back brakes are sticking on. even though i leave the handbrake off and move it often they do tend to stick on for the first 100yards or so so not to bad really mh is 06 and done 20k miles.

    Just waiting for the bill though
     
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